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The Complete Guide to American and Canadian Event Centers!

Welcome to the unofficial page dedicated to stadiums, arenas, convention centers, etc. throughout the United States and Canada!

In order to qualify for this list, a venue must have a minimum of 1,000 seating capacity, 10,000 square feet of exhibit space and/or must be used for multiple events (with few exceptions) and the main venue must not be a ballroom or meeting room.

Auburn-Opelika (Part of Columbus, Georgia market)
Auburn University Sports Complex
Located on the Auburn University campus at Wire Road, Craig Biggio, Donahue and FDR Drives.
The Auburn University Sports Complex is a complex of many athletic facilities.  Here are a few:
Auburn University Soccer Complex, built in 1994 and located on Craig Biggio Drive, seats 1,500 for soccer.
Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum, built in 1971, is the home of the Auburn University basketball and gymnastics teams.  It is also used for circuses, ice shows, sports camps, and concerts.  It seats 10,500 for basketball and up to 11,500 for concerts.  It is located on FDR Drive.
Jordan Hare Stadium, built in 1939, was last expanded in 1987.  The stadium, located on Donahue Drive, seats 86,063 for football.  It can be used for other events.
Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park was built in 1950 but expanded in 1996.  Also located on Donahue Drive, it seats 4,096 for baseball.
Hutsell Track was last renovated in 1997.  It seats 2,000 for track and field.  It is located on Craig Biggio Drive.

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